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ABC
May 20, 2012 7:00am EDT
greece and weaker economic data in th united states. as well, concerns about jpmorgan. jamie dimon will have to explain himselelf in front of congress. the senate banking committee is calling on the jpmorgan chase chairman and ceo to testify next month on the company's big trading losses, now valued at possibly as high as $5 billion. the company has lost some $30 billion in market value in a week. >>> it looks like the possibility of aitional economic stimulus by the federal reserve could be growing. the fed's open market committee releasing the minutes from the april meeting this week. more members of the fmoc now say they are on to adtional quantitative easing should the economy falter further. >>> retail sales up in april. weak clothing and building material sales helping keep that number low. >>> facebook flies, the market tumbles. what happens if greece leaves the euro? a busy week and joining us to help explain what it means, richard bernstein, ceo of bernstein advisers. good to see you again. let'ss talk facebook. big day on friday, obviously. the company going public in a h
CNBC
May 13, 2012 7:30pm EDT
already passed 30 jobs bills out of the house that are sitting in the united states senate. the house is going to act to extend the current tax rates whether we make them permanent or we extend them for a year, that debate is still up in the air but we're going to do our work. it is time for the united states senate to do their work. >> in the last few weeks it seems like the pace of economic recovery has slowed quite a bit. people talking about europe and the price of oil. what's your take on where we are right now? >> i think the economy is slowing. and i would not be at all surprised to see it continue. why? look at what's going on in europe. it's having a very big impact upon the united states. we've got a record low interest rates, yet employers are scared. they're afraid to move forward. >> so can you explain to the american people what the gop would do -- what's number one on the agenda if in fact you get the white house in -- at the end of this year? >> i think dealing with the debt, dealing with our tax code, the two really big issues. the president and i will -- when we had dis
NBC
May 7, 2012 12:30am PDT
definitely one of the uncertainties. by the way, we could bring it back to the united states. nobody knows what's coming up in 2013. is there going to be a giant fiscal tightening with the bush tax cuts ending? with the temporary wage subsidies ending and other things? or are we going to have another stimulus? i don't think anybody knows. a lot of the uncertainty. >> let me ask you this. in terms of the tax situation in the united states, if we see the bush tax cuts expire, you've got capital gains taxes going up to, i don't know, 25%, you've got dividend taxes going from 16% or 17% all the way up to 43%. if that happens, do you think we get a market sell-off? >> oh, absolutely. i mean, i think that is not likely to happen, that's really jumping off the fiscal cliff. if it happened in the context of some great reform like bowls simpson or something that gets rid of a lot of the deductions, keeps the rates low, maybe raises them a little if the wealthiest taxpayers. if we get real reform that could help the market. if it looks like paralysis, we don't know what's coming in 2013, a lot
ABC
May 27, 2012 7:00am EDT
fiscal deficit in the united states is already very high. and secondly, in terms of the u.s. economy, u.s. economy is now smaller than that of the european union. the second is, the consumer here is not going to be as is resilient as he or she was in december, january, february. i think there's going to be a slow-down. so the u.s. ability to help is also going to be tstrained. >> all of this has created a lack of confidence in terms of equities. the retail investor is upset again after this weekend, the whol facebook ipo fiasco. what kind of impact has that had in terms of confidence? has it made things more skittish? >> i do think thatat's one of t symptoms we continue to see, weak confidence with the investor. you look at p/es in the trading market, trading at depressed maets. fund flows continue to be negative, they're coming outf the equity market. and then you compare that to bonds. we already have record low yields for treasuries. even overseas with the bund, for example. it continues to weigh on investor confidence. >> what does thatmean? how does that play out? are you expecting t
CNBC
May 6, 2012 7:30pm EDT
the uncertainties. we could bring it back to the united states. nobody knows what's coming up in 2013. is there going to be a giant fiscal tightening with the bush tax cuts ending? with the temporary wage subsidies ending and other things? i don't think anybody knows. a lot of uncertainty. >> in terms of the tax situation in the united states, if we see the bush tax cuts expire, you've got capital gains taxes going up to, i don't know, 25%. dividend taxes up from 16% all the way to 43%. if that happens, do you think we get a market sell-off? >> oh, absolutely. i think that is not likely to happen. that's really jumping off a fiscal cliff. if it happened in the context of some great reform, like bowl simpson or something that gets rid of a lot of deduction, keeps the rates low, or raises them a little for the wealthiest taxpayers, but if we get a real reform, that could help the market. we don't know what's coming in 2013. >> we've seen a pretty strong earning season in the meantime. 60% of companies are looking at growth of more than 7%, better than the overall economy. is it a d
CNBC
May 27, 2012 7:30pm EDT
fiscal deficit in the united states is already very high and second, terms of the u.s. economy, maria, u.s. economy is now smaller than that of the european union. second, the consumer here is not going to be as resilient as he or she was in december, january, february. i think that there is going to be a slowdown, so the u.s. will be the strength. >> all of the uncertainty has created a real lack of confidence, larry, terms of equities. retail investor i guess is upset again after the whole facebook ipo fee as coifi as come. >> that is one of the symptoms we see. weak confidence and you look at p.e.s, trading at a pretty depressed level. look at fund flows, negative. out of the equity market, and you compare that to bonds, record-low yields for treasuries and even overseas, so i think it continues to weigh on -- on investor confidence. >> what does that mean? how does it play out? are you expecting the retail investor to have a catalyst on the horizon to get them back into the market? how does it sort itself out? >> you said the word, confidence. it begins first of all with washingto
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